We talk about the highly acclaimed African film Félicité.
We’ve been watching a lot of stuff like Bosco’s heroic Bush war struggles in 1986, Luke Cage fighting Jamaican mafia, Dwayne Johnson fighting a building, Asians being crazy rich and more.
Sharon has a conversation with Writer/Director/Actress Kemiyondo Countinho about her multiple award winning short film “Kyenvu”. She details her film making process, inspiration and upcoming projects.
Actress and TV producer Brenda Ibarah joins Sharon to discuss the struggles of pursuing acting in the Ugandan film industry, what its like producing TV shows in today’s media and after that they discuss Brenda’s favorite film trilogy Richard Linklater’s “Before Trilogy”
WE’RE BACK!!!!!!! Took a two month unplanned break so in this episode we talk about a bunch of movies and series we watched and are mostly worth talking about. From Hollywood genre pics like A Quiet place to Ugandan features like The Devil’s Chest, we caught up with ALOT!
Friend of podcast Malcolm Bigyemano is premiering his next short film ‘MAWE!’ on the 7th of June at The Square, Industrial Area, Kampala at 7pm. He will be releasing the film as part of a short film collection alongside two of his other short films ‘Pregnant Woman Stabs Husband Dead’ and ‘Jethro x Jethro’.
Follow the event pages on Facebook; web.facebook.com/thatmalcolmguysshorts/
Listen to a previous episode with Malcolm where he talked about the film right before filming began; cinemaredpill.com/malcolm-bigyemano-on-his-next-film-mawe-episode-49/
We share our thoughts on Solo: A Star Wars Story with Sarah M Akol and Malcolm Bigyemano joins us to briefly discuss Deadpool 2.
Oscar Harding comes in this week and we talk about Gilo Pontercorvo’s 1966 African Cinematic Classic ‘The Battle of Algiers’
Link to Sharon’s review of the film; www.cinemaescapist.com/2018/03/battl…ng-relevance/